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Wests Tigers Physiotherapist Peter Moussa provides the latest injury news and updates heading into the Club's Round 1 clash against the New Zealand Warriors.

Moussa confirmed that, after injuring his knee in the Club's recent trial match against the Cronulla Sharks, hooker Robbie Farah would miss the season opener at Campbelltown.

"Robbie has had the scans and it's showed a cartilage tear in the outside of the knee," he said.

"He's seeing the specialist and will have the arthriscope today.

"He'll probably be out for about 4-6 weeks."

The news was much better though for Dene Halatau, Bayley Sironen and Joel Edwards, who will all be close to selection for Round 1 as they recover from their respective injuries.

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Wests Tigers Injury Report

Bayley Sironen (foot) — Round 1-2

Dene Halatau (knee) — Round 2

Joel Edwards (hamstring) — Round 1-2

Justin Hunt (back) — TBC

Robbie Farah (knee) — Round 4-6

Matt Ballin (knee) — Round 10 approx.


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